"It is critical you pay attention at this time..."

I need to increase my readership haha
- JFav

Saturday, January 9, 2010


So yeah. I'm not in love with you. Totally.

Yeah sure we can reschedule. That's fine.

Farther and farther away from our proposed date? Sure okay.

I'm cool. It's fine. No big...

...So why am I still disappointed. :(

(This post was sponsored by The Jeri Favis Is NEVER Going To Get Anything Good Society)

Thursday, January 7, 2010


Yeah just leave me alone.

Wednesday, January 6, 2010


I picked you. Let's do this. :)

Sunday, January 3, 2010


There are two girls. And I can't decide on which one. :(

The Magnificent Seven

Only seven books. Seven on-goings. That's it. Minis and events are another thing. But if I had to choose just seven on-goings to read for the rest of my days, these are those seven.

7. Green Lantern Corps
For as long as Peter Tomasi is the writer, I will stand by this book. For as long as Kyle Rayner is a main character featured in this book, I will not drop it. Amen.

6. Ultimate Comics Spider-Man
Brian Michael Bendis was born to re-create Spider-Man for a new generation of readers. This is the single Peter Parker I want to read about. He's young and cocky and inexperienced and just still a kid. He makes mistakes, dozens of them each issue but I don't care. Because that's what kids do. What makes him a hero is that he never stays down for long. He fights back. Well, he'll fight back after he whines a bit but that's part of his charm. It also helps that the artists on this book have been top-notch. Mark Bagley, Stuart Immonen and David Lafuente have all made their mark on these pages and they're all just pretty pictures.

5. Secret Warriors
4. Fantastic Four
Jonathan Hickman's two Marvel books. He's just started on both (11 issues for Secret Warriors, 5 for Fantastic Four) but I'm already in love. Crisp dialogue and intriguing plots. Great characterization and awesome moments. What more could you ask for?

3. Guardians of the Galaxy
What can I say, Rocket Raccoon might just be the best thing about this book. So is Star-Lord. So is Drax. You know why writers Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning have such a great book? Great characters. I keep on coming back to see what new adventures the Guardians have gotten themselves into this team. On paper, they have enough power to rival any of Earth's mightiest but most of the time, they're outclassed in the depths of space. That's what makes them fun. That a team with a space-mage, a giant, talking tree and more telepaths than the X-Men is still outgunned by the nasties of the universe and then some and they don't care. They'll still kick your ass.

2. New Avengers
Marvel's flaghship book by their highest profile writer. Bendis has taken the Avengers concept and turned it on its head. It's new-age cinematic scope mixed with heart and character. And aliens. And ninjas. And super powerful mutants. And evil gods from other dimensions. And lots and lots of fun.

1. Nova
Abnett and Lanning's first cosmic book. Why is it so awesome? They turned Richard Rider into this generation's Peter Parker. 'Nuff said.

What I Want To Do For The Rest Of My Life

I want to write. That's what I want to do. That's all I want to do. No, that's not true. I want to write stories. I want to be a story-teller. I want to take people to these places where they can enjoy and relate to what I've laid out before them.

So write!

Friday, January 1, 2010


This blog is dead. Hahahahaha.